Because your eyes change as you age, your vision will continue to change. See your eye care professional on a regular basis, especially if your glasses or contact lenses are no longer suitable.
Bifocal and Trifocal
Multifocal contact lenses provide multiple focal points.
How Much Will Contact Lenses for Presbyopia Cost?
The costs of presbyopia-correcting contact lenses vary depending on the brand.
Glasses and Presbyopia
Several types of glasses can correct presbyopia:
If you didn’t wear glasses before developing presbyopia, reading glasses can be an effective treatment and are available from most drugstores. If over-the-counter reading glasses aren’t strong enough, prescription-strength reading glasses are available through your eye care professional.
Bifocals and Trifocals (Multifocal Lenses)
Bifocal lenses have two prescription strengths and focus points—the upper part is for distance vision and the lower is for close-up. Trifocals have three prescriptions and focus points for close, middle and distance vision.
These are similar to bifocals and trifocals, but with a more gradual transition between the prescriptions and no visible lines between them.
How Much Will Glasses for Presbyopia Cost?
If your eye care professional prescribes corrective lenses to treat your presbyopia, the costs will vary. Designer frames and/or specialty lenses typically cost more than regular glasses. Annual eye exams will ensure that your glasses or contact lenses are the most accurate prescription possible.